1530s


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Noun1.1530s - the decade from 1530 to 15391530s - the decade from 1530 to 1539  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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The Nila Gumbad is one of the earliest Mughal era structure and was built in the 1530s. This was built on an island in the Yamuna, and later, just abutting to it, when Humayun's Tomb was built in the year 1569-70, Nila Gumbad and other adjoining structures were incorporated in the complex, read a statement from the Ministry of Culture.
explorers were the rst Europeans to encounter it South America in the 1530s when they were conquering the Empire.
The authors use experiences and lessons learned from three previous "Brexits"--the end of Roman Britain, the break with Rome in the 1530s, and the settlement of Elizabeth I--to evaluate the opportunities and challenges of today's Brexit.
Built for Henry VIII in the 1530s, the Great House of Easement at Hampton Court Palace was a what?
The Black Prince offers the tale of the spiky relationship of a pair of illegitimate Medici cousins in the 1530s: Alessandro and Ippolito, both nephews of Pope Clement VII, the patriarch of the Florentine clan.
The support of Ottoman Empire came after the 1530s and without any practical significance, not even able to save the life of Imam Ahmed himself in 1540s.
The coins, including a 1530s Henry VIII groat, and three Elizabeth I coins - a 1570s threepence, a 1583 shilling and a 1595 sixpence - were found by Martyn Bowen in Penybont, near Llandrindod Wells, in December 2014.
It seems a certain Ralph de Whitley owned land in the area in 1225 and, some time after, the Priory of Tynemouth had ownership until the late 1530s.
The English Order came to an end in the 1530s, bowing to the heavy pressure from Henry VIII's vicar-general, Thomas Cromwell.
He traces the evangelical doctrine of obedience from the advent of the Royal Supremacy during the 1530s through the first decade of Elizabeth's reign.
Hans Beham's 1530s woodcut of a women's bath is a lovely image of women of all ages unselfconsciously bathing.
Neil Kunze used both draft and Act to propose that the 1536 Act marked 'the beginning of a new legislative era in English economic and social history', refocusing scholarship away from the Elizabethan codifications of 1598-1601, and back towards the 1530s legislation.